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given f(x) = sin(cosx)^2

find f1(Pie/4)

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f1 is means find the derivative

pie means literally the little "pie" symbol you would see... )

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Nov 17th, 2017

f(x)=sin(cosx)^2

f1(x)=cos(cosx)^2*2*cos(x)*(-sin(x))

fi(pie/4)=-cos(0.707)^2*2*(0.707)*(0.707)

=-(0.578)*0.999

=-0.577

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